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Fine Wrinkling on Coarsely Meshed Thin Shells

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We propose a new model and algorithm to capture the high-definition statics of thin shells via coarse meshes. This model predicts global, fine-scale wrinkling at frequencies much higher than the resolution of the coarse mesh; moreover, it is grounded in the geometric analysis of elasticity, and does not require manual guidance, a corpus of training examples, nor tuning of ad hoc parameters. We first approximate the coarse shape of the shell using tension field theory, in which material forces do not resist compression. We then augment this base mesh with wrinkles, parameterized by an amplitude and phase field that we solve for over the base mesh, which together characterize the geometry of the wrinkles. We validate our approach against both physical experiments and numerical simulations, and we show that our algorithm produces wrinkles qualitatively similar to those predicted by traditional shell solvers requiring orders of magnitude more degrees of freedom.
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hal-03519074 , version 1 (10-01-2022)



Zhen Chen, Hsiao-Yu Chen, Danny M Kaufman, Mélina Skouras, Etienne Vouga. Fine Wrinkling on Coarsely Meshed Thin Shells. ACM Transactions on Graphics, 2021, 40 (5), pp.190:1-32. ⟨10.1145/3462758⟩. ⟨hal-03519074⟩
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